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  1. A Win7 Pro x64 Laptop has become infected over the past couple of days (very slow operation; protected by Malwarebytes & Vipre). Malwarebytes log extracts are appended, with the Trojan identifications including: Trojan.Agent.ED Trojan.Agent.0BGen2 Exploit.Drop.70 Trojan.Dorkbot.ED These files are on the Windows desktop (and elsewhere): HELP_DECRYPT.HTML HELP_DECRYPT.PNG HELP_DECRYPT.TXT HELP_DECRYPT.URL And "The Windows Security Center can't be started" - MicrosoftFixit50981.msi doesn't work, nor can 'Security Center' services be started. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
  2. Hi, I downloaded a game called War Thunder a while back from Steam and have been playing this for a while. It has never caused problems before until now, when I started the game after a recent update, Malwarebytes would detect it as a threat. I did a Threat Scan and it found nothing, but when I scanned the War Thunder file specifically in C:/Program Files, then it will detect it. Before this, the launcher would cause the Malicious Website Protection to go off too, usually during updates. So I'm wondering if this is a false positive or this game is a dangerous file? I trust Steam would no
  3. When ran MW it detected Trojan.dorkbot.ed in C:\PrgroamFiles(x86)Norton Utilities 15\RMScrn.exe. MW quarantined the file so not Norton Utilities won't run anymore. I then deleted and reinstalled Norton Utilities and MWbytes quarantined it again. I also ran MW Anti Rootkit and it found nothing, also ran Norton internet Security Full scan and it didn't find anything. I seems to be in a lop here. Any help 2would be appreciated. It may be unrelated, but I've also had problems with iTunes, right now it won't read DVDs. I reinstalled it and the problem returned there too. I am on a Windows
  4. Scan found synaptics file as trojan.dorkbot.ed Attached is the synaptics file in rar and the log per instructions. I hope this helps. Sean SynZMetr.rar MBAM-log-2013-12-18 (19-23-10).txt
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